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Old August 6th 03, 08:54 PM
Sylvia M
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To bring cat owners up-to-date on the relationship of diet
and lower urinary tract health, please visit our Library.

Troy

URL please?

Sylvia, Owner of Dyna, who seems to be prone to UTI


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Old August 10th 03, 11:43 PM
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"Elise" wrote in message
gy.com...
One of my cats, Gossamer, was getting a UTI once a year like clockwork.

Our
new vet suggested that it might just be stress as it always occurred

shortly
after the holidays which are a very busy time for us (a 6 week period of
celebrating birthday, birthday, christmas, new year's, birthday) and we're
home much less than usual and at times were just coming home long enough

to
sleep and go off to somewhere else. Last year we made an effort to not

rush
about, spent more cuddle time with the furkids and no UTI since then.


My Crowley was having problems peeing when he was younger, straining and
only getting out a bit at a time, but the vet said his bladder wasn't full
and he didn't seem to actually have an infection. It turns out in his case,
too, it was probably stress, and he eventually recovered and has been fine
since.

Ann

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Old August 11th 03, 02:13 AM
Sylvia M
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"bewtifulfreak" wrote in message
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"Elise" wrote in message
gy.com...
One of my cats, Gossamer, was getting a UTI once a year like clockwork.

Our
new vet suggested that it might just be stress as it always occurred

shortly
after the holidays which are a very busy time for us (a 6 week period of
celebrating birthday, birthday, christmas, new year's, birthday) and

we're
home much less than usual and at times were just coming home long enough

to
sleep and go off to somewhere else. Last year we made an effort to not

rush
about, spent more cuddle time with the furkids and no UTI since then.


My Crowley was having problems peeing when he was younger, straining and
only getting out a bit at a time, but the vet said his bladder wasn't full
and he didn't seem to actually have an infection. It turns out in his

case,
too, it was probably stress, and he eventually recovered and has been fine
since.

Ann

Hmmm...I'll try to be aware, I was gone for a while in June, but DH was
home, and he's Dyna's favorite, but...hmmm...

Sylvia


 




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